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Take-two strikes GTA 6 footages have leaked, possibly confirming its validity

Take-two strikes GTA 6 footages
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Take-Two Interactive has begun taking down GTA 6 leaks from Twitter and YouTube, seeming to validate the legitimacy of the leaked videos. The parent company of Rockstar seems to have attempted to stop the leak.

The clip reportedly contains sensitive development material as well as early footage of Rockstar's upcoming open-world game. It was posted earlier today by an anonymous user in the GTA Forums.

Several videos have already been removed at Take-request, Two's thus verifying the veracity of the significant leak. The majority of these videos are hosted on YouTube, with the Twitter versions of the leaks still existing there.

The takedown requests are being made on behalf of Take-Two Interactive and seem to have been sent from an email address connected to Rockstar, further demonstrating the legitimacy of the leak.

The leaked footage appears to be consistent with earlier reports that the game would be set in Vice City. The game, which Bloomberg reports started development sometime in 2014, is "at least two years away," according to a report from earlier this year.

According to individuals familiar with the game, "Rockstar's upcoming title Grand Theft Auto VI will have a playable female protagonist," Bloomberg reported.

"The Latina woman will be one of two main characters in a story inspired on the bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde, according to sources." In contrast to earlier games, developers are also taking careful not to "punch down" by making jokes about oppressed groups."

If this is correct, it is represented in the leaked alpha build, which includes both a male and female playable character, though these models could be placeholders at this moment. The footage contains several references to Vice City, the game's rumored location.

According to industry insider Tom Henderson, Grand Theft Auto 6 will be released in either 2024 or 2025, thanks in part to Rockstar's new focus on staff wellness following criticism of its purported crunch culture.

At the time, Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier and Toisthe own sources backed up his statements.

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